Votes in presidential elections
2010 Census Reapportionment: As has been the case since 1964, Minnesota will remain at 10 electoral votes through the 2020 presidential election.
Minnesota, cobbled together from land that was part of the original United States, land acquired in the Louisiana Purchase and land acquired from Great Britain in 1818, joined the Union in May 1858. Minnesota voted exclusively Republican from 1860 through the onset of the Great Depression, except for 1912 when it sided with Progressive candidate (and former Republican) Theodore Roosevelt. From 1932 onward, the state has primarily voted Democratic, last voting Republican during Nixon’s landslide victory in 1972. Only Washington DC has a longer Democratic winning streak. In 1984, Minnesotans gave homegrown Senator Mondale his only state in the lopsided loss to Ronald Reagan. In 2012, Barack Obama defeated Mitt Romney by 7.7%.
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Very well said, a proffesor pointed out to me a couple of semesters back that we have more choices for tiolet paper in this country than we do for president. Makes you wonder if we are truely free?